Brands to Invest in: Pour La Victoire

I know I'm a bit late in posting today, but it's been absolutely crazy!!! As part of my cohesiveness project for my blog, I've decided to blog about great brands to invest in. The first? Pour La Victoire.

As you know, I won a pair from Holly in Heels blog giveaway just a few weeks ago... Well, they came in the mail yesterday. And let me tell you. I totally get why they cost so much. They are marvelous shoes!!!

Here's a little background of their company, taken from their website.

Pour La Victoire means 'for victory'-- and with these shoes on, the championship is more than halfway yours, and yours alone. Believed to be the new standard in designer footwear, the brand has been on a meteoric rise since launching its first collection in 2007 by designers Jay Adoni and David Giordano, industry veterans with a combined 40 years experience in the shoe business. Its mission is and always will remain to redefine all aspects of what a designer shoe should be.
The brand seeks to fill a void in the women’s market-cultivating the allure of femininity by using historic, luxurious, and unusual materials and designs. Inspired by hard edge European fashion and the spirit of evolution, these shoes promote a modern 21st century look for a style that would otherwise only be associated with the Marie Antoinette. Each shoe carries classic French names like Victorina or Malena in honor of their soigné European appeal.
“We felt strongly that the shoe industry was long overdue for an exciting new concept that was not the rehashing of successful mass market brands. We are in a time where the price-value relationship means everything to all consumers in all industries.” says David Giordano, co-founder of the brand.
Pour La Victoire’s wares feature all the hallmarks of luxury house design, cool materials, and innovative cuts at prices that range at about $200. All shoes are made in premium soft leathers or materials carefully crafted in Brazil.Pour la Victoire is carried by many of the world’s finest retailers including Bergdorf Goodman, Intermix, Bloomingdales, and Harvey Nichols and has been featured on such TV shows as Gossip Girl, Melrose Place, and The Hills. Press reaction has been extraordinary garnering over 200 features in publications such as WWD, Harper’s Bazaar, Nylon magazine, Teen Vogue and People Style Watch.

These are the shoes. Aren't they gorgeous!? Let me tell you, I've never had a pair of heels as comfortable as these... and they are by far the tallest ones that I have! They're genuine leather uppers and man-made heels and platforms. 

What are some of the brands that you would invest in?? Feel free to email them to me for the next Brands to Invest in Business spotlight. trissta_bob{at}hotmail{dot}com


Vanessa Grannis said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! I too share your enthusiasm for this brand!!

Its My Colorado Life said...

I also love this brand! I discovered them at DSW and have been hooked since I bought my 1st pair